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Google Says No APP Users Have Been Phished To Date
40 hours ago from ZDNet
Google lauds its Advanced Protection Program (APP) that provides enhanced security features.
Sling TV Serves Up 14 Days Of Free Sling Blue Service For New Subscribers Who Are Stuck At Home
44 hours ago from PCWorld
Watch CNN, MSNBC, FOX News, AMC, FX, and more for free, no credit card or subscription required.
Spyware Delivered To IPhone Users In Hong Kong Via IOS Exploits
44 hours ago from SecurityWeek
A recently observed campaign is attempting to infect the iPhones of users in Hong Kong with an iOS backdoor that allows attackers to take over devices, Trend Micro reports. read more
New Attack On Home Routers Sends Users To Spoofed Sites That Push Malware
46 hours ago from PacketStormSecurity
New Attack On Home Routers Sends Users To Spoofed Sites That Push Malware
Fire TV Vs. Roku: Which Streaming Platform Should Todays Cord-cutter Pick?
44 hours ago from PCWorld
We compare the streaming platforms most popular with cord-cutters: Fire TV and Roku.
An Elite Spy Group Used 5 Zero-Days To Hack North Koreans - WIRED
34 hours ago from Google News
An Elite Spy Group Used 5 Zero-Days to Hack North KoreansWIRED
Network Of Fake QR Code Generators Will Steal Your Bitcoin
14 hours ago from ZDNet
Nine malicious QR code generator sites have stolen $46,000 from users so far.
Best Password Managers For Business In 2020: 1Password, Keeper, LastPass, And More
18 hours ago from ZDNet
Everyone needs a password manager. Its the only way to maintain unique, hard-to-guess credentials for every secure site you and your team access daily.
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Latest Security News
A Mysterious Hacker Group Is Eavesdropping On Corporate Email And FTP Traffic
8 hours ago from ZDNet
Hacker group uses zero-day in DrayTek Vigor enterprise routers and VPN gateways to record network traffic.
Trump Tweets Blame In All Directions Over Ventilators For Coronavirus, Except At Himself
9 hours ago from Yahoo News
Hours after a Fox News interview in which he downplayed a national shortage of hospital ventilators to treat patients infected with the coronavirus, President Trump fired off a number of tweets Friday blaming General Motors and its CEO,...
Network Of Fake QR Code Generators Will Steal Your Bitcoin
14 hours ago from ZDNet
Nine malicious QR code generator sites have stolen $46,000 from users so far.
Yeah, That Zoom App Youre Trusting With Work Chatter? It Lives With Vampires Feeding On The Blood Of Human Data
14 hours ago from The Register
Doc Frown: Searls decries video-conferencing softwares creepy closeness with ad tracking As the global coronavirus pandemic pushes the popularity of videoconferencing app Zoom to new heights, one web veteran has sounded the alarm over the...
Google Sees Drop In Government-Backed Phishing Attempts
16 hours ago from SecurityWeek
Google says it has seen a drop in the number of warnings sent for potential government-backed phishing or malware attempts last year, mainly due to improved protection systems. read more
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Latest News from Research Labs
Social Engineering Based On Stimulus Bill And COVID-19 Financial Compensation Schemes Expected To Grow In Coming Weeks
17 hours ago from FireEye Research
Given the community interest and media coverage surrounding theeconomic stimulus bill currently being considered by the United StatesHouse of Representatives, we anticipate attackers will increasinglyleverage lures tailored to the new stimulus...
What Happens When The Global Supply Chain Breaks?
23 hours ago from ESET Research
If we can’t secure the supply chain, eventually everything else will break The post What happens when the global supply chain breaks? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
6 Tips For Safe And Secure Remote Working
40 hours ago from ESET Research
Getting cybersecurity right in the work-from-home world can feel daunting. ESET Chief Security Evangelist Tony Anscombe shares 6 best practices that will steer you in the right direction. The post 6 tips for safe and secure remote working...
Russians Shut Down Huge Card Fraud Ring
43 hours ago from Krebsonsecurity
Federal investigators in Russia have charged at least 25 people accused of operating a sprawling international credit card theft ring. Cybersecurity experts say the raid included the charging of a major carding kingpin thought to be tied...
HPE Issues Fix To Stop Some SSDs From Self‑destructing
47 hours ago from ESET Research
If left unpatched, a firmware flaw in some enterprise-class solid-state drives could make data on them unrecoverable as early as this fall. The post HPE issues fix to stop some SSDs from self‑destructing appeared first on...
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Latest Security Videos & Podcasts
What’s Wrong With WebSocket APIs - Unveiling Vulnerabilities In WebSocket APIs - Mikhail Egorov
11 days ago from DeepSec
WebSocket protocol is many times more efficient than HTTP. In recent years we can observe that developers tend to implement functionality in the form of WebSocket APIs instead of traditional REST APIs, that use HTTP. Modern technologies...
What Has Data Science Got To Do With It - Thordis Thorsteins
11 days ago from DeepSec
In this talk I want to shed some light on data science’s place within security. You can expect to learn how to see through common data science jargon that’s used in the industry, as well as to get a high level understanding of what’s...
Well, That Escalated Quickly - A Penetration Testers Approach To Windows Privilege Escalation - Khalil Bijjou
11 days ago from DeepSec
Companies engage security experts to penetrate their infrastructures and systems in order to find vulnerabilities before malicious persons do. During these penetration tests, security experts often encounter Windows endpoints or servers...
The Turtle Gone Ninja - Investigation Of An Unusual Crypto-Mining Campaign - Ophir Harpaz And Daniel Goldberg
11 days ago from DeepSec
At first sight, Nansh0u is yet another attack campaign aiming to mine a marginal crypto-currency named TurtleCoin. However, things get much more interesting once you gain full access to the attacker’s infrastructure. Our investigation...
The Future Is Here - Modern Attack Surface On Automotive - Lior Yaari
11 days ago from DeepSec
Working as a security researcher for the automotive industry, I received futuristic equipment to test. Test? Hack! In two or three years from now, our vehicles will be full of communication interfaces to the outside world. V2X technologies,...
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Latest Security Papers & Presentations
Race Condition Vulnerabilities
23 hours ago from InfoSec
Introduction to race conditions Race condition vulnerabilities are an artifact of parallel processing. The ability to run multiple different execution threads in parallel can create vulnerabilities...Go on to the site to read the full...
Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
23 hours ago from InfoSec
Introduction to buffer overflows Buffer overflows are considered the most dangerous vulnerability according to the CWE Top 25 list in 2019. They received a score of 75.56, almost 30 full points...Go on to the site to read the full...
DLL Load Order Hijacking
46 hours ago from InfoSec
Introduction DLL load order hijacking is a popular technique used to force a legitimate program to load a malicious DLL file in Windows by abusing Windows’ DLL load order feature. In this article, we...Go on to the site to read the full...
Arithmetic Instructions
46 hours ago from InfoSec
Introduction This article defines arithmetic instructions as executed by x86 processors. It goes on to describe in brief, four key classifications of arithmetic instructions: addition, subtraction,...Go on to the site to read the full...
Malware Spotlight: Nemty
47 hours ago from InfoSec
Introduction If the last five years or so have proven anything, it is that ransomware is here to stay as a threat in the cybersecurity wild. This should not be used as rationale to simply ignore the...Go on to the site to read the full...
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